1st TROMBONE part from AND THEN SHALL YOUR LIGHT BREAK FORTH

Composer
FELIX MENDELSSOHN BARTHOLDY
Duration
4 minutes
Genre
Classical music

This setting of Chorus #42 of Elijah, is for Brass Septet. It can serve as accompaniment for choristers, with, or without organ. It can also serve as a work for brass ensemble, alone, and can be used in service or concert. I recommend the use of more than one on a part. This is because the work is rather long,not to mention "Full", which makes it tough on the lips, as well as on the lungs. The Trp.3 & Fr. Hn do double most of the time. This is primarily because they cover the chorister "tenor" line. The tempo changes are purely my own ideas. Feel free to experiment.

Cheers,

H.L.

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